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Rich Helferty
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Rich Helferty asked on 29 Jun 2009, 02:56 PM
Hello,
One of the outputs for our RadEditor generated content is html reports. We need the ability to convert Symbols to html markup. Please see the example below for copyright symbol. Is there a conversion chart for RadEditor supported symbols and their html markup anywhere?

® = ®

 

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Rumen
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answered on 29 Jun 2009, 03:14 PM
Hi Rich,

Please, check the following KB article on the subject: Converting Unicode symbols to numeric HTML entities using a content filter.

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Rich Helferty
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answered on 01 Jul 2009, 03:55 PM
Thanks for the reply, but I am sure your approach will handle these characters.  ≤ ≥  Δ  or 


<

 

symbol value="\u0394" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\uFF1C" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\uFF1E" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u2264" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u2265" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u00A9" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u00AE" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u00B0" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u00B1" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u03B1" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u03B2" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u03BC" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u03A9" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u03A3" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u2260" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u2248" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u2020" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u2021" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u20AC" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u00A2" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u00A3" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u2122" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u221E" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u00BC" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u00BD" />

 

<

 

symbol value="\u00BE" />

 


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Rumen
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answered on 06 Jul 2009, 02:14 PM
Hi Rich,

It is the browser that converts the HTML entities to the respective character. You can customize the provided in the KB article content filter to convert as much as possible entities. You can find their HTML entities in this site: Unicode Character Search.

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answered on 14 Jul 2017, 03:24 AM
<script type="text/javascript">

    if (top == self) {
        FlashHabboClient.cacheCheck();
    }
    var flashvars = {
            "client.allow.cross.domain" : "1", 
            "client.notify.cross.domain" : "0", 
            "connection.info.host" : "145.239.165.160",
            "connection.info.port" : "30000",
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answered on 14 Jul 2017, 03:24 AM
<script type="text/javascript">

    if (top == self) {
        FlashHabboClient.cacheCheck();
    }
    var flashvars = {
            "client.allow.cross.domain" : "1", 
            "client.notify.cross.domain" : "0", 
            "connection.info.host" : "145.239.165.160",
            "connection.info.port" : "30000",
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